Court allegedly auctions Penny Lebyane's furniture

By Hopewell Mpapu
29 August 2016

Television personality Penny Lebyane has allegedly been cleaned out by the courts after failing to honour an agreement she had with Hudfam CC. 

Sunday Sun reported that some of her household goods were auctioned off at the Randburg Sheriff's office after a longstanding court battle for defaulting on a lease agreement she entered into with the company back in 2012. Lebyane was approximately R65 800 in areas.

Some of the items that were auctioned off included a four-piece bedroom suite, a double-door fridge, a seven-piece dining room suite, a three-piece Hi-Fi system, a gas heater, three TVs, a coffee table, microwave and a dish washer.

Speaking to the publication, Penny conceded that she indeed owed money to Hudfam, owned by Fiona Hudgson.

"Yes, I did owe money to Fiona, but please note that payments have been made to her with regards to the R65 800, which was in arrears when I wasn't working in 2013 to 2014," she said, adding that that she didn't know  that her things were being auctioned off.

"I thought my things were going to be returned. I did my best to honour the debt and communicate as truthfully as I could," she said.

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